FIFA World Cup in Qatar: AC stadiums show how technology is shaping sports
- Qatar is amongst the top 20 hottest countries in the world.
- Qatar showcased a prototype stadium that helped it win the bid for the World Cup.
- The two cold air supply systems work in tandem to replicate a cold breeze in the stadiums.
Coming in November and December, football fans and players will witness a special FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
Though it’s the first time such a big sports event is happening in the Middle East, with average maximum temperatures reaching 85.1°F (29.5°C), there will also be a lot of attention on the cooling technology that Doha has introduced to help athletes, officials, and spectators stay cool during the tense matches.
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